Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 12
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HUMBOLDT STANDdflDThursday, April 12. 1962, P. 12 Eureka chapter of Sweel Adelines will appear at the SPEBSQA men's Barbershop show April 14, Sequoia Theatre, at 8 p.m. Proceeds from the show will be used for a music scholarship fund for a Humboldt County student. Seated are (left to r i g h t ) : the Mines. Howard Daniels, W i l l i a m Byker, William Nason, Bruce Yolton. Tharen Scott, Glenn Jackson, Bryce Connick, W i l l i a m Mooney, Harry Burdick. Standing: the Mmcs. Jackie Slull, assistant director, Argyle Croon, Esther Peterson, Robert Martensen, Dale Loyd, Janet Combs, Del Sponsler, William Cornell, Howard Johnson, Jewel Hendricks, Robert Robison, Robert Armstrong. Not shown: the Mines. Louis Goehri, Kent Castle, Elsie Mitchell, director. ARCATA ON THE PLAZA FREE PARKING ARCATA STORE ONLY FREE 15»TURKEYS THUR., FRI. SAT. What a wonderful opportunity -for you to have a new Easter suit and a big juicy 15 Ib. turkey just for the purchase of your NEW Curlee suit. Our famous Curlee suits have been a standout for a long time . . . why not come in and get acquainted with this fine suit. 100% wool and wool blends . . . proportioned lengths . . . shorts . . . regulars . . . and long lengths. Your favorite colors too -- char- browns, char-greys, and muted blues, sizes 36 to 46. $ 59.50 Carefree Leisure- wear for Spring Summer... Spring-into-summer sport shirts in your choice of many, many styles! Drip-dries, blends and cottons in assorted solids, stripes, patterns!! In all sizes . . . S, M, L, XL ... regular $2.49 . . . NOW 44 USE YOUR OPTIONAL CHARGE ACCOUNT Honor Roll Released At St. Bernard's High Principal of SI. Bernard's liighjTrotl, Patricia Kelly. Ron Keen school. Sister Stephanie, C.S.J..Ian, Judy Hadley, James Stipo recently released the names oflvich, Kristinc Kimble Lhose students who arc honor students for last quarter. The Honor Role count shows 30 first honor students and Second honor studenls are: se iors, James Bonomini, Mike Dohn Kay KIrkemo, Virginia Ryan Gene Marcuz, Mary Miles, Pau second honor students, a tola! of Bariclles, Leon Flinchpaugh, An 5. Bohn. Linda Sohler, Carl De Students who achieved first hon- Grande: juniors, Holly Johnson ors are the following: seniors,!Larry Pasquini, Lorraine Ros Patrick McGaraghan, Frank Ku-i Peggy Hayhursl, Mary Sanchc til, Cathy Cahill, Barbara Peav- Diane Schieberl, Tina Zanone ey, Philip Dubaldi, Marilyn Dow.jjolin Canllon, Joan Beck, Mari Ken Kline; juniors, Dennis Knapp.jlyn Donne, Margaret Gragg, Vii Kathy Eue, Louise Bonomini, Yo-iginia Belli, Jack Anderson, Mik landa Derrick, Kathy Valiee, Dav-jBarsanti, Dennis Oakes, Kalh; id Pelty, Wendy Clausen; sopho-jSymes: sophomores, Art Cardoza mores, Karen Kovacovich, Bill! Bill Madsen, Robert Allen, Keit Peavey, Diane Grinsell, LcslerJAyala, Tom Patmore, Carol Bior Pedrazzini, Richard Janney. Judy dini, Karen Carter: freshmen Stanley, Joe Miles; freshmen.iCharlcs Petty, Richard Gierek Sidney Eclair, Bill Bcrlain, John | Linda Robinson, Brcnda Daly for your _/- ego HART SCHAFFNER MARX --men further distinguished by their unerring sense of value. Appraise the fabrics. These are the best of worsteds, imported and domestic, in quietly opulent patterns and colorings. Evaluate the tailoring. You sense expert craftsmanship the instant you slip into the coal. The Hart Schaffner Marx label confirms it. JJ0^f^ Your confidence in the way you look and Vl^ML feel ' m an " HSM 10 °" suit is invaluable, f^^jpp For such custom-like, lasting luxury the cost V "^Lr* i is surprisingly low, MOO tUREKA'S FINES1 other styles from $85.00 STORE FOR MEN In salute to the 30th anniversary of the California Spring Gar 4th and F Street Eureka HI 3-4571 Favorite entertainers on many local programs are the Timberbelles of the Sweet Adelines. Left to right, are Mrs. William Nason, tenor; Mrs. Glenn Jackson, lead; Mrs.. Elsie Mitchell, baritone; and Mrs. Jacki Stuli, bass. Mrs. Mitchell is also the director of the Sweet Adeline chorus. The Sweet Adelines and their featured quartettes will take part in the SPEBSQA men's barbershop program at Sequoia Theatre, Humboldt Stale, Saturday, April 14, at 8 p.m. . Oakland Garden Show To Draw Many Visitors fornia and Nevada, Hennessy is mailing out 600 letters to leading being den and Home Show, 450 of the Northern California nurseryme West's leading Garden Clubs are and florists offering them blocks invited to make bus tours of advance sale tickets for the floral extravaganza. The regular box office price is ?1.50, while advance sale lickels will go for $1, a saving of 50c. All' leading nurserymen, florists and the West's foremost garden speclacle s c h e d u l e d April 28 Ihrough May 6 at the Exposition Building in Oakland, California. Howard Kerrigan, show presi jf a giant garden show advance icket sale promotion now being directed by John I. Hennessy, general manager. In addition to contacting more han 450 garden clubs in Cali- lelen Munther, Paul Grundman, Cathy Beslor, James Kelly, Mary Massei, Elizabeth Ryan, David Klatt. In order to he on first honors, students must have a 3.5 grade point average or betler, and to lave achieved second honors the students musl have a 3.0 or higher $rade point average. lent, said the lours were part department stores will have Hie tickets. In addition, the public may secure them direct at the Show's box office located at 45 -- 10th Street, Oakland. The 30th anniversary theme will be "Western Woods and Waters." The 8-acre spectacle will feature 13 huge redwood trees, crashing waterfalls and streams. Hundreds of rhododendrons, azaleas and other spring-blooming plants will be sel in Ihe naturalistic setting. Preparations are being readied to handle 200,000 visitors. Quality-wise, egg protein ranks highest of all food proteins. Cutting The CAKE can be such a proud moment for NEWLYWEDS Decoration by Hilda Professional artistry makes the difference in glamorously decorated beauty to look at ... baking ingredients make the difference in TASTE. Yes, you can be sure that cutting the cake will be a proud moment [regardless of size) when it comes from Chewy 328 - 5th SI. Eureka HI 3-0576 ON SALE AT ARCATA * HOOPA KLAMATH * SCOTIA Lilies are in keeping with the spirit of the joyous Easter season 3 and 4 BUD EASTER LILY PLANTS COMPLETE WITH FLOWER POT . . USUALLY SOLD FOR 4.50

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